This wonderfully inclusive Snow White has been adapted and brought up to date, resulting in a clever and interesting social commentary on the power of people’s vanity.
As always, Chickenshed’s Christmas show Snow White is a festive treat that’s guaranteed to warm your heart and send you home feeling a little bit better about the world. Who can say no to that?
This time around Chickenshed’s inclusive theatre company is exploring mental health in new show, 100% Chance of Rain.
A Christmas Carol at Chickenshed is theatre for everyone, by everyone – and if it doesn’t get your Christmas spirit going, then frankly I suspect nothing will.
Mr Stink is a great show for all the family at the theatre which is doing wonderful work around inclusivity to an incredible standard. The show is on until the 5 August, get down there, take your little ones, you will not be disappointed
Chickenshed is a company that celebrates diversity in all its forms. Mr Stink is a story about a homeless man who’s befriended by a 12-year-old girl – the only person who bothers to talk to him. It’s pretty much a perfect fit.
Ove Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest is a poignant and still relevant story about the way society treats those who don’t fit the mould and it feels like an appropriate choice for a theatre company that prides itself on making everyone welcome.
Don’t Stop Thinking About Tomorrow is a powerful call to arms that looks and sounds great, and also makes you stop and think about the careless way we treat our planet, and what the impact of that might be.